FWIW, finally got a response on the #ArchLinux 32 IRC channel
pacman-key --refresh will download an updated key from a public keyserver
The right answer is to get the updated key into the official archlinux32-keyring package, but this stopgap works until that happens
I hate to say it, but the whole project seems a bit amateurish compared to what I’m used to from upstream #ArchLinux
It’s not just this either, packages with broken dependencies are regularly pushed to production
Can’t pacman -Syu my #ArchLinux 32 box because one of the keys used to sign better than a dozen of the packages I need to upgrade expired today
Looks like I need to start using makechrootpkg so I can verify that I've got all the right dependencies defined in my PKGBUILD's from now on.
I guess arch-general is bikeshedding text editors today
Actually I’m starting to think it’s the version of vi(1) #ArchLinux provides
I love using #ArchLinux because I have complete control over my OS. Less great is spending an hour recovering from an upgrade because I mis-typed a letter in a script.
Really excited to see the work #ArchLinux is doing on reproducible builds https://vdwaa.nl/reproducing-core-packages-2019-06.html
Working with the #ArchLinux 32 maintainers regarding Perl packages in the pentium4 repo has proven to be more rewarding than just bitching about it here.
Let that be a lesson to us all.
At this point I'm pretty much resigned to the fact that Wireguard builds for #ArchLinux 32 are broken and that the only way I can get it working is with DKMS
Could makepkg on #ArchLinux be improved to use all available cores when compressing the tar.xz? 🤔
Someone on the #ArchLinux AUR mailing apparently has a surplus of condescension today and they’re just looking for someplace to unload it
It seems my Raspberry PI running #ArchLinux ARM never came back up after Saturday's update. It hosts my IRC bouncer, so I won't be online in that regard until I can get back up and running.
Since my original post, systemd 242-2 has entered testing with a couple of backported commits to address the issue. Initial feedback is encouraging.
If you use #ArchLinux with a systemd-based initcpio, then you might want to hold off updating to systemd 242.
Oof. xss-lock is core dumping and causing other significant issues for me the past few days. Any other #ArchLinux users seeing this?